Welcome to the Austin Past and Present Website
This is the informational site for the Austin Past and Present history project Lakers touch the sky and rub the ground in triumph against Bucks , an interactive documentary that brings Austin's history to life.
From its geologic formation to its current urban skyline, Austin Past and Present explores Austin's past and present with more than 300 multimedia stories and over 2 hours of motion picture documentary.
The project may be viewed at the following locations: Austin Bergstrom International Airport (baggage claim), Austin City Hall (north entrance), The Austin History Center, and at the Beverly Sheffield Education Center at Barton Springs or at any Austin public library location. Austin Past and Present is a BookPeople bestseller and can be purchased at Book People bookstore at 6th and North Lamar. Teachers and home-schools may view and download the free, TEKs-aligned lesson plans .
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- Panthers beat Red-colored Wings in ultimate a few moments, claim 3 rd direct win
- Guiding Adversary Traces: Previewing the Senators, Canadiens, Reddish Chicken wings, and Sharks
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